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Taylor’s 20 Year Old Tawny Port



Quick Overview

This ‘aged tawny’ is characterised by an attractive amber colour, smooth silky palate and sublimely complex and opulent flavours and pairs beautifully with the rich, nutty and fruity character of a mature farmhouse cheddar cheese.



Taylors 20 Year Old Tawny is a magnificent, finely-balanced old tawny blend. The wines are selected from among the best red ports produced in the eastern areas of the Douro Valley, including Taylor’s own properties, and aged in oak casks. In the 20 Year Old, the fruit has mellowed still further than in the 10 Year Old, and the spicy, nutty aromas of ageing are more powerful and intense.


A magnificent and finely-balanced tawny of outstanding richness and complexity. The additional years of ageing produce a fine balance between the rich, raisiny fruit and the nutty, honeyed finish – a taste to linger over.


Excellent with Farmhouse Cheddar, Comté, Gouda and Pecorino, and a superb dessert wine, particularly with dishes made with coffee or almonds. Serve lightly chilled.


We aim to keep our vintage information up to date but the vintage displayed may not always being the vintage in stock. If you require a specific vintage please get in touch.
, Tinta Amarela
AllergensMay contain allergens please contact us if you require any additional information
Biodynamic No
Organic No
Natural No
Grape Tinta Amarela
Vegan No
Oak Levels N/A
Vegetarian N/A
Vintage N.V
ABV 20%
Bottle Size 750ml
Country Portugal
Producer Taylors Port
EW Bin Number POR008
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